Michigan Public Health researchers are supporting a new project aimed at tracking air pollution caused by truck traffic in Detroit neighborhoods.
Stuart Batterman quoted in the Michigan Advance
Detroit is one of the worst cities in the country for people with asthma, leaving adults and children to deeply struggle with what can be a fatal disease, according to a new report published Thursday by the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA).
New project from Michael Elliott
Backed by a $26 million federal grant, researchers at three Michigan universities, a leading health care system, and a state agency will continue a long-term study of how exposure to environmental factors during pregnancy and early childhood can impact health for a lifetime.
Air pollution continues to be focus of community coalition to promote a healthy environment in Detroit
People living and working in Detroit are exposed to elevated levels of a variety of air pollutants. Six years after releasing a Public Health Action Plan, work is moving forward on community initiatives to expand responses to air pollution in Detroit.
New research from Tim Dvonch
With the support of a $2.78 million grant from the National Institutes of Health, researchers at the University of Michigan, Michigan State University and Oakland University are teaming up to develop wearable technology able to identify particulate matter pollution such as soot and toxic metals generated by cars, trucks and industrial sources.
Rick Neitzel featured on Stateside
A new collaboration between the University of Michigan and Apple aims to determine exactly how much noise pollution we experience every day.